Homemade Caramel Corn

This time of year, as the seasons begin their slow shift towards cooler weather, I notice that I become rather contemplative.  Personally, I love fall.  There is something about the crisp air and the smell of dirt that speaks to me.  I love watching the changing leaves set the countryside ablaze as I curl up … Continue reading Homemade Caramel Corn

Health For The Americas: WWII, Espionage, & Disney

Today, I thought it would be great to travel back in time and look at healthy eating during WWII. During the 1940s, the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs commissioned Walt Disney Studios to create series of cartoons to provide health education for those in Central and South America. "Health for The Americas: Planning … Continue reading Health For The Americas: WWII, Espionage, & Disney

That Is a Dandy Lion: Dandelions for Health

Last week, I stumbled upon several brands of dandelion tea while at my local grocers. The packaging suggested it was an herbal tonic/remedy helpful for liver functioning and aiding with general digestive needs. Most specified that it was helpful for detoxifying or removing toxins. Of course, this came with the obligatory disclaimer statement required by … Continue reading That Is a Dandy Lion: Dandelions for Health